(Photo) Solskjaer and Carrick in attendance to watch Kieran McKenna’s Ipswich Town win

While Manchester United were making hard work of their trip to Turf Moor and dropping more points in the Premier League, former manager Ole Gunnar Solskjaer was spotted watching Ipswich Town take on Doncaster Rovers.

Solskjaer was joined by Michael Carrick as the pair were at Ipswich to watch former Manchester United assistant coach Kieran McKenna’s side.

He took over at Ipswich as manager shortly after departing Old Trafford earlier this season.

As a trio, they worked closely at United and last night their reunion was only missing Mike Phelan, who remains part of Ralf Rangnick’s coaching staff.

Ipswich Town’s Twitter account shared pictured of Solskjaer and Carrick in attendance, with a tweet that suggested they could come to Portman Road soon. To spectate rather than work.

The club tweeted: “They’re two good friends and also two Ipswich Town fans now. They’ve been watching the games on iFollow and will be coming to Portman Road soon.”

Ipswich beat Doncaster 1-0 thanks to a first-half goal and McKenna’s side are now on a run, winning four games from their last five and sitting ninth place in the table.

While there is always work for progress, McKenna has a real chance of making the play-offs.

We certainly hope it’s a season to remember for them.

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